Tromeo and Juliet


1h 42m 1996

Brief Synopsis

Updated to be set in the outskirts of New York City, Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy is transformed into a no-holes barred, punk-inflected Elizabethan stage send-up of the story of a doomed love.

Film Details

Also Known As
Tromeo & Juliet
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Production Company
Agfa; Budget Rent A Car; Films Effects; New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting; Sound One; Troma Entertainment; Troma Entertainment
Distribution Company
Troma Entertainment
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Synopsis

Updated to be set in the outskirts of New York City, Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy is transformed into a no-holes barred, punk-inflected Elizabethan stage send-up of the story of a doomed love.

Cast

Jane Jensen

Juliet Capulet

Will Keenan

Tromeo Que

Valentine Miele

Murray Martini

Maximillian Shaun

Cappy Capulet

Steve Gibbons

London Arbuckle

Sean Gunn

Sammy Capulet

Debbie Rochon

Ness

Stephen Blackehart

Benny Que

Flip Brown

Father Lawrence

Patrick Connor

Tyrone Capulet

Earl Mckoy

Monty Que

Gene Terinoni

Detective Ernie Scalus

Wendy Adams

Ingrid Capulet

Tamara Craig Thomas

Georgie Capulet

Antonia Lurie

Brittany

Jacqueline Tavarez

Rosy

Steven Lawrence Loniewski

Harry

John Fiske

Vic

Garon Peterson

Fu Chang

Tiffany Shepis

Peter

Joe Fleishaker

1-900 Hunk

Peter James Kelsch

Bluto Fitzgibbon

Manon Kelley

Cd Rom Woman

Joseph Anthony

Flavio (Penis Monster Guy)

Carolyn Renee Smith

Pauline

Steve Roberts

Fellow With Disgusting Larva

Liz Ip

Fluttery Eyelids Girl In Opium Den

James Gunn

Found A Peanut Father

Kathleen Warner

Found A Peanut Mother

Brian Stefanovic

Found A Peanut Kid

Marko Stefanovic

Found A Peanut Kid

Lloyd Kaufman

Found His Penis (After Much Searching)

Mark Manfro

Cop

Craig Adams

Guy Who Says It Will Take Him Only Two Minutes To Have Sex

Charis Michelsen

Blind Chick; Vision Impaired Girl; Woman That Can'T See Person Of The Female Persuasion With Very Good Hearing

Merle Allin

Biker Dude

I M Smelly

Biker Dooby

Neal Ruddy

Nice Man Hit By Car

Lauren Danielle Gold

Cissy

Karl Unger

Carl

Lisbeth Kaufman

Mutant Kid

Charlotte Kaufman

Mutant Kid

Evan Roberts

Boy Dancing In Field

Giovanni Giaconi

Giovanni

Brian Mccarey

Guy Who Got Pissed Off

Wesley Walker

Dog Wearing Visor

Brian Fox

Bill Shakespeare

Charis Michelsen

Lemmy Kilmister

Stephen Roberts

Neil Ruddy

Crew

Mark Abbot

Office Assistant

Jennifer Acomb

Set Dresser

Flavio Albanese

Special Thanks

Christine Allen

Assistant Publicist

David Alvarez

Sound Recordist

Peter Anzalone

Set Carpenter

Jeff Bailey

Musician

Caryl Baldwin

Special Thanks

Franny Baldwin

Line Producer

Morey Baldwin

Special Thanks

Steve Barison

1st Assistant Editor

Pat Barnard

Song ("Drink That Whiskey")

Patrick Barnes

Other

Phyllis Bauer

Special Thanks

Robert Bauer

Assistant Director

Gary Becker

Animation Effects

Gary Becker

End Titles (F-Stop Studios/New York City)

Roshelle Berliner

Production Designer

Stevie Blackehart

Body Parts In Cast

Bill Boll

Song Performer ("Tromaville Cafe Theme Song")

Bill Boll

Song

Sandee Brockwell

Tattoo/Body Pierce

Sandee Brockwell

Song ("Monster Island")

Sandee Brockwell

Stunt Man

Jeremy Brown

Production Assistant

Evan Cambel

Special Thanks

Emelia Capp

Art Department Assistant

Elizabeth Casinelli

Assistant Property Master

Dino Cazares

Song ("La Migra (Cruza La Frontera Ii)")

Ken Chastain

Musician

Roger Chee

Song ("Monster Island")

Richard A Cohen

Negative Cutter

Chris Collins

Parking Production Assistant

Pete Conlin

Foley Artist

Pete Conlin

Supervising Sound Effects Editor

Peter Conlin

Sound Effects Editor

Peter Conlin

Foley Artist

Meg Cornwell

Musician

Brian Cotter

Assistant Production Office Coordinator

Andrew Cozine

Special Thanks

Russel Creak

Foley Artist

Andy Deemer

Additional Screenplay Material

Andy Delio

Opticals And Titles (Film Effects)

David Dillon

Driver

Theresa Dimasi

Office Assistant

John W Dowling

Key Production Assistant

Anita Drumming

Assistant Still Photographer

Ian Dudley

2nd Assistant Camera; 2nd Unit 1st Assistant Camera (2nd Unit)

Dino English

Songs Sunday (" Walking Naked")

Daniel Epstein

2nd Unit Production Assistant (2nd Unit), Production Assistant

Jeff Ferruzzo

Foley Artist

Adam Fesenmaier

Musician

John Fields

Musician

Rod Fishy

Fly Casting Director

Charles Fletcher

Musician

Efren Flores

Still Photographer

Brendan Flynt

Director Of Photography

Brendan Flynt

Camera Operator

John Forbes

Special Thanks

Dylan Forer

Production Assistant

Dylan Forer

Driver

Dylan Forer

Grip

Jonathan Foster

Co-Producer

Michael Franzetti

Key Grip

Callie French

Makeup Supervisor

Callie French

Makeup Effects

Maria Fridmanovich

Shakespearean Bookkeeper

Timothy Gallaher

Song Performer ("That We Could Fly")

Timothy Gallaher

Song

Ray Gehring

Musician

Giovanni Giaconi

Special Thanks

Phillipe Ginkels

Boom Operator

Ezra Gold

Music Engineer; Musical Score Editor; Musical Score Producer; Musician

Timothy Goldberg

Parking Production Assistant

Arthur Goldsmith

2nd Unit 2nd Assistant Camera (2nd Unit)

Arthur Goldsmith

Other

Kenn Goodman

Special Thanks (Pravda Records)

Jason Green

Additional Screenplay Material

Jason Green

Production Assistant

Jason Grey

2nd Unit Production Assistant (2nd Unit)

Quadrant Management Group

Special Thanks

Vincent J. Guastini

Special Thanks

James Gunn

Additional Still Photographer

James Gunn

Associate Director

James Gunn

Executive In Charge Of Production

James Gunn

Songs ("Martyr" "Sunday" "Walking Naked")

James Gunn

Screenwriter

Matthew Gunn

Special Thanks

Patrick Gunn

Special Thanks

Sean Gunn

Body Parts In Cast

Doug Hall

Additional Still Photographer

New Hippodrome Hardware

Special Thanks

Charlotte Harvey

Assistant Sound Effects Editor

Greg Haugesag

Musician

Tom Hazelmyer

Special Thanks (Amphetamine Reptile Records)

Joel Hedge

Office Assistant

Albert Height

Grip

Raymond Herrera

Song ("La Migra (Cruza La Frontera Ii)")

Robert Hersov

Co-Producer

Maris Herz

Production Executive

Michael Herz

Producer

Dan Huber

Office Assistant

Alden Ikeda

Musician

Alex Ingalls

Set Dresser

Liz Ip

2nd Assistant Director

Karen Ipock

Art Department Assistant

Kris Isacsson

Special Thanks

Ed James

Grip

Ed James

Publicist

Craig Janos

Special Thanks

Diane Janos

Special Thanks

Noel Jefferson

Special Thanks

Jane Jensen

Song Performer ("More Than I Can Give")

Jane Jensen

Song; Song ("Monster Island")

John Jesse

Song ("Martyr")

Arthur M Jolly

Stunts

Anna Josenhans

Assistant Editor

Craig Kaften

Song Performer ("More Than I Can Give")

Craig Kaften

Song

Lloyd Kaufman

Producer

Lloyd Kaufman

Other

Lloyd Kaufman

Screenwriter

Lloyd Kaufman

Camera Operator

Lloyd Kaufman

Music ("Theme Song")

Susan Kaufman

Other

Bridget Kelly

Other

Jimmy Kennedy

Musician

Bridget Kent

Musician

Allen R Kiefer

Boom Operator

Nicole Alexandra Kovach

Office Assistant

Jeff Kushner

Foley Artist

Jeff Kushner

Supervising Sound Effects Editor

Paul Kyrmse

2nd Unit Production Assistant (2nd Unit)

Daniel Laikind

Executive Producer

Jimi Lang

Songs ("Sunday" "Walking Naked")

Robert Larrea

Additional Sound

Jason Leaf

Other

Matthew Lee

Additional Sound Effects Recording

John Lepe

Song ("La Migra (Cruza La Frontera Ii)")

Tom Lipsky

Special Thanks (C M C Records International)

B M Louevre

Script Supervisor

Jin Fu Ma

Special Thanks

Joe Macchia

Chief Makeup Special Effects Technician

Roy Magora

Song ("Martyr")

Michael Matteo

Special Thanks

Elmar Matzeit

Production Assistant

Joanne Maurno

Craft Service

Michael Meimer

Songs ("Sunday" "Walking Naked")

Dale Meiners

Song ("Drink That Whiskey")

Tony Mesa

Production Assistant

John Michals

Transportation Supervisor

Marcos A Miranda

Stunt Coordinator

Lisa Molinaro

Script Supervisor

Arthur Morowitz

Special Thanks

Hannah Moseley

Art Director

Brendan Murphy

Song ("Drink That Whiskey")

Derek Murphy

Foley Artist

Judith Nevin

Special Thanks

Chris Nielsen

Special Thanks

John Nissenbaum

Additional Script Supervisor

Jonathan Nissenbaum

Second 2nd Assistant Director

Dave Nooks

Song ("Drink That Whiskey")

David Novack

Re-Recording Mixer

Martin Nowlan

Best Boy

Andy Parsons

Special Thanks

Keith Patterson

Music

Dave Pinski

Special Thanks

Lenny Powers

Best Boy

Ann Pratt

Second 2nd Assistant Director

Julia Purtill

Stunts

Grant Quasha

Executive Producer

Angelina Queen

Musician

A Gregory Radin

Key Production Assistant

Steven Ramsey

Best Boy

Fred Raskin

Apprentice Editor

Robert Rasmussen

1st Assistant Camera Operator

Doug Reed

Musician

Frank Reynolds

Editor

Garic Rhasir

Musician

Irma Rivera

Special Thanks

Phil Rivo

Additional Screenplay Material

Michelle Roa

Pre-Production Coordinator

Michelle Roa

Location Manager

Jeff Roenning

Boom Operator

David Rogers

Music Editor

David O. Rogers

Music Editor

Tony Rosen

Troma Team Video Representative

Phil Rosensweig

Opticals And Titles (Film Effects)

Neil Ruddy

Stunts

Neil Ruddy

Pyrotechnician

Mike Ruekberg

Musician

Joyce Saffir

Special Thanks

Jackie Salerno

Additional Still Photographer

Mindy Sanchez

Key Grip

Joseph Santarelli

Special Thanks

Bill Sarno

Special Thanks

Noah Scalin

Graphic Designer And Main Title Design

Vincent T. Schicchi

Special Effects Make-Up Assistant

Robert Schiller

Executive Producer

Patricia Reed Scott

Other

Film Details

Also Known As
Tromeo & Juliet
MPAA Rating
Release Date
1996
Production Company
Agfa; Budget Rent A Car; Films Effects; New York City Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting; Sound One; Troma Entertainment; Troma Entertainment
Distribution Company
Troma Entertainment
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 42m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall November 29, 1996

Released in United States on Video May 13, 1997

Released in United States May 1996

Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 9-20, 1996.

Released in United States Fall November 29, 1996

Released in United States on Video May 13, 1997

Released in United States May 1996 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival (market) May 9-20, 1996.)